Lesley Heller Workspace, located in New York City, is currently exhibiting The Photo Show, which is a cross-generational selection of four artists working in various photographic processes…
Katherine Newbegin explores vacant places of “leisure, travel and transitional occupancy,” shooting medium format color and utilizing long exposures to capture “the remnants of human existence.”
Lothar Osterburg creates photogravures of hand-sculpted modelss of cities, subways, lighthouses, sailboats, and other objects staged in evocative settings.
Philip Perkis’s black and white travel photographs – created over the course of 60 years – serve as “poetic documents or short statements about each place” and stress the concept of photograph as object.
Keisha Scarville uses self-portraiture to explore themes of loss, memory, and obscurity.
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Photo credit: Philip Perkis